Most homeowners would agree that there’s a huge difference between buying a house and creating a home. A house is a physical structure that can simply be purchased, whereas a home is something that evolves over time. I have moved many times over the past few years, as my husband and I have enjoyed the process of renovating and “flipping” a few houses. While it can take a while to truly bond with a house, here are a few tips I have learned that will help you get settled in and connect with your new home as quickly as possible.
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Moving to a new home is always an exciting experience! Although at times it can be a little more than stressful, buying a new house can be a wonderful way to start a new chapter with your family. When it comes to moving day there will be a lot of things running around your mind and many things to think about! It is important to plan ahead with a moving checklist so that so moving day will be a little bit easier. Here are five simple tips for packing up your home when moving. *This post contains affiliate links and/or sponsored content.
Spring is coming, and for many homeowners it is a time for tidying up the landscape and boosting curb appeal. There are many ways to boost your curb appeal but only a few will add real value. For instance, installing new garage doors or replacing a roof by working with a roofing company will do the trick.
December of 2017 marked the three year anniversary of moving here to our yellow brick home. Our closing had gotten delayed, so instead of moving in the beginning of November, we were forced to move right during the holidays. However, it turned out to be a really “smooth move” because we had planned ahead, and we also used a house moving services for the first time.
Because my husband and I have flipped a few houses that we have lived in, we have moved several times and have learned over the years many moving tips that really help ease the transition. If you can afford to hire movers then you certainly should!
Your whole life has to be boxed up and transported to a new location. In the midst of it all, belongings may get damaged or things may get forgotten. It doesn’t have to be so hectic! Whether you are moving into a new house for the first time, downsizing, or purchasing property to renovate to get onto the real estate ladder, Here are five tips that will make moving home less stressful. *This post contains affiliate links.